Alternate 2021 training site locations for all 30 MLB teams

Alternate training sites will return for the 2021 season, at least briefly. With the start of the minor league season postponed to May 4, teams will keep up to 28 players at alternate training sites until the minor leagues start.

This is where each team will host their alternate training site until the start of the 2021 minor league season. Stadium name, location and team affiliation (if applicable) are listed.

This list will be updated as teams announce their plans.


angels—Tempe Diablo Stadium, Tempe, Arizona (spring training)

Astros—Whataburger Field, Corpus Christi, Texas (Double-A Corpus Christi)

Athletics—Banner Island Ballpark, Stockton, CA (Low-A Stockton)

brave—Coolray Field, Gwinnett, Georgia (Triple-A Gwinnett)

Brewers—Fox Cities Stadium, Appleton, Wisconsin (High-A Wisconsin)

blue jays—TD Ballpark, Dunedin, Florida (spring training)

Cardinals—GCS Credit Union Ballpark, Sauget, Illinois (Independent)

Cubs—Four Winds Field, South Bend, Indiana (High-A South Bend)

D-back—Salt River Fields, Scottsdale, Arizona (spring training)

Dodgers—Camelback Ranch, Glendale, Arizona (spring training)

giants—Sutter Health Park, West Sacramento, CA (Triple-A Sacramento)

indians—Huntington Park, Columbus, Ohio (Triple-A Columbus)

sailors—T-Mobile Park, Seattle (Major League)

marlins—121 Financial Ballpark, Jacksonville, Florida (Triple-A Jacksonville)

Dishes—MCU Ballpark, Brooklyn (High-A Brooklyn)

Nationals—New Fredericksburg Ballpark, Fredericksburg, Virginia (Low-A Fredericksburg)

Orioles– Prince George Stadium, Bowie, Maryland (Double-A Bowie)

padres—Peoria Sports Complex, Peoria, Arizona (Spring Training)

Phillies— Coca-Cola Park, Allentown, Pennsylvania (Triple-A Lehigh Valley)

pirate-Be announced.

Rangers—Dell Diamond, Round Rock, TX (Triple-A Round Rock)

Rays—Charlotte Sports Park, Port Charlotte, Florida (spring training)

Reds-Be announced.

Red Sox—Polar Park, Worcester, Mass. (Triple-A Worcester)

rockies—Gameday Baseball Facility, Parker, Colorado.

Royals—Arvest Ballpark, Springdale, Arkansas (Northwest Arkansas Double-A)

tigers—Fifth third field, Toledo, Ohio (Triple-A Toledo)

Twins—CHS Field, St. Paul, Minnesota (Triple-A St. Paul)

White socks—Wintrust Field, Schaumberg, Illinois (independent)

Yankees—PNC Park, Moosic, PA (Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre)

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